UN Watch’s Top Tweets in January 2020

Trending UN Watch tweets from January put a spotlight on the world’s greatest human rights abusers who just joined the UN Human Rights Council; double standards against Israel; the 16th year of PA President Mahmoud Abbas’ 4-year term; and the global response to the U.S. Mideast peace plan.
UN Watch tweets also praised the courageous men and women of Iran who dared to protest the murderous Ayatollah Khamenei regime; exposed the shameful silence of Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch during the protests; and called out Congresswoman Ilhan Omar for slandering leading Iranian women’s rights activist Masih Alinejad.


New Members of the U.N. Human Rights Council 

Omar’s Slandering Iranian Rights Hero Masih Alinejad

Double Standards Against Israel

Abbas’ Indefinite Presidential Term 

Shaming Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch 

Iran’s Brave Men and Women Protesting Rouhani

Surpassing 90,000 Twitter Followers

UN Silence on Regime Violence against Iran Protesters

Global Response to U.S. Mideast Peace Plan


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UN Watch in the News — March 2021

UN Watch was quoted in multiple media outlets during March 2021 on topics including: UN Human Rights Council passes resolution condemning sanctions against dictatorships; Universal

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UN Watch’s Top Tweets in March 2021

Trending UN Watch tweets from March: Venezuelan dissident Maria Corina Machado exposes the Maduro regime’s crimes at the UNHRC; China joins UNHRC, reviews the U.S. record on human rights; European